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Volume 7, Number 8

Oprima aquí para español.

8 Charged With Supporting Terrorist Group, 1 Born In P.R…
8 Charged With Supporting Terrorist Group, 1 Born In P.R... Rossello D.C. Meeting Not On Pesquera’s Agenda… Vieques Comm. Favors RR Closing… Rivera Defends Police Budget…Expos Pricey In P.R.… Rossello To Return March 15th… Rodriguez Announces For Res. Comm….Parties Critique Governor’s Speech
Calderon Launches Re-Election Campaign...
Calderon Launches Re-Election Campaign, ’04 Budget Up 1.7%, Soldiers’ Protection’s Proposed…U.S. Justice To Probe Alleged Electoral Fraud… Pesquera Gets Set For Primaries, Seeks Mayors’ Backing… PIP Wants Status Meeting…De Castro Decries Gov.’s Record…Nat’l Guard To Ship 165 MP’s…Support Centers For Soldiers' Relatives Created
Calderon Opposes War But Would Support Bush……
Calderon Opposes War But Would Support Bush…Albright Calls Saddam A 'Bully'…Islanders Join Anti-War Protests…Gov. Postpones Status Efforts…PIP: Most Parents Refused To Give Data To Military…Guns Bought In FL Sent To P.R.…Justice Won’t Charge Electoral Law Violators…Santini Visits Rossello…Civilian Use Of RR Beneficial…Pozzi To Pay $3.7M In Money Laundering Case
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?

 Also in this edition...

  Puerto Rico Report

Calderón’s Budget Plays To Her Weaknesses

  Puerto Rico Sports Beat
Puerto Rican Talent Abounds In Boxing’s Lightest Weights, Expos Notes
  Washington Update
Bush Poverty Proposals A Problem For P.R. Hike Goal… RR Gearing Up To Secure Vieques Range Land… Acevedo Trying To Continue Training Off Vieques Range… Calderon To Finally Give Up On Noise Suit Against Navy

The True Colors Of Free Association

  Island Politics
Party Rules Impede Fortuno From Backing Pesquera

Estrada Nomination Backed By Puerto Rico Federation Of Young Republicans

  Local Scene
In Puerto Rico, Soldiers Prepare To Prove Mettle
Springfield Residents Mark End Of Navy Exercises With Mass

New Navy Training To Boost Gulf Economy…Some Question, Most Cheer In Panhandle

  Puerto Rico Profiles
Rodriguez Stays Focused In Career
  Culture • Heritage • Language
Broward Language Barrier Rising

Learning Ways To Teach Language

They Realize How Little They Knew

With Navy Packing, Hotel Salutes Vieques… Wyndham To Manage Martineau Bay

Puerto Rico Tourism Company Unveils New ’03 Initiatives

Sports & Entertainment
The Montreal-SJ Expos Still Exist, & Are Still Looking For A Home…Games In P.R. May Snuff Out Fire Sale

Olga Tañón: Sultry Siren Of Merengue

Spanish Radio Show Attacked As Too Racy: Latino Groups Aim Boycott At WOJO

Rodeo Won't Waive Flag Traditions: That Cradle Of Cowboy Greatness, Puerto Rico?

4 Hearts In 3 Cities

What's In A Name? What Can Divide

Playing Politics With Race Card Is Losing Game

Miami, Si -- Hispanics Ascending, Si, Si

Congress and the President
Study Shows GOP Errors In Outreach To Hispanics

Bush Blows His Chance…House Democrats Support Affirmative Action

Business • Economics • Finance
Signs Of Glut: In The Coming Months, More Than 1.7M Sq. Ft. Of New Office Space Will Be Available In SJ. Are We Headed For Trouble?

Fajardo’s Cayo Largo Resort Hits A Roadblock: Construction Stopped Until Gov’t Guarantees Expropriation Of Eight Acres

Local SBA Office One Of Agency’s Top Performers

Centennial Cable TV To Expand High-Speed Internet Service

Schering-Plough To Produce Zetia In Las Piedras

Absolut Launches Absolut Ritmos, JMD Communications, SJ, to Build Brand With Hispanics

Tenet Healthcare Settles Litigation Over Latino Pricing

Democrats Filibuster Estrada Nomination… Que Pasa, Chuck?

Greed, Oppression, Patriarchy What United The Democrat? A Cartoonish View Of Republicans

Puerto Ricans . . . Earning Their Own Way
Puerto Rico . . . Paying Its Own Way
American taxpayers have provided
$ 224,743,253,370.57
subsidizing the Puerto Rico Commonwealth,
and it's costing them $22,821,918.52 more each and every day of the year!
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